Assessing the causes and impacts of the U.S. West Coast’s recent wave of devastating wildfires.
Issue 3, Volume 111
The competition for a vaccine to combat the coronavirus exacerbates tensions and conflicts among global communities, and Russia’s assumed hastiness adds insult to injury.
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Taiwan and South Korea have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic with expertise, an expertise that the U.S. can take quite a bit of notes on.
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The U.S. is experiencing face mask shortages across the board, but there have been steps to combat that, and we can help.
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Molecular Science, taught by Mr. Papagayo, is a little-known course for sophomores that is designed to further an interest in biology and prepare students for future research and lab work.
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The impact of the virus on NYC schools is unclear, but public school closures remain unlikely.
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The implementation of A.I. into common medical procedures won’t eclipse the need for qualified doctors; rather, they work better in conjunction, correcting each other’s errors.
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The crux of many criminal investigations lies in our DNA and the long-held belief that a single perpetrator leaves behind only a single genetic code. But what if someone leaves behind two sets of DNA?
Issue 8, Volume 110
Cancer researchers hoping to one day cure all cancers have an arduous journey ahead of them, requiring the collaboration of both brilliance and open-mindedness, but...
Issue 5, Volume 110
A team of researchers discovered a connection between sleep regulation and neurons responsible for memory, indicating both the importance and critical future of further understanding...
Issue 4, Volume 110
Vaping has become a national epidemic among high school students. Here’s what we can do about it.
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